Get yourself trained on Hands-on Machine Learning with this Online Training Hands-on Machine Learning with TensorFlow.
Online Training Hands-on Machine Learning with TensorFlow
With this course you’ll learn to take your data analysis and Python programming skills to the next level via Machine Learning using TensorFlow. This course focuses on key Machine Learning techniques and algorithms and you’ll apply them practically using TensorFlow models in a hands-on approach. Each section covers a specific Machine Learning task and you will implement it on your system with TensorFlow models. For example, you will learn Logistic Regression and will then implement it with TensorFlow for your analysis tasks. You’ll implement techniques such as Classification and Clustering effectively using TensorFlow. Similarly, this course takes you through different ML tasks/algorithms and teaches you to implement them in your applications/systems.All the code and supporting files for this course are available.About the AuthorKaiser Hamid Rabbi is an aspiring Data Scientist who is super-passionate about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science. Over the last four years, he has entirely devoted himself to learning more about data science technologies such as Python, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, data mining, data analysis, recommender systems, and so on. Kaiser also has a huge interest in Lygometry (things we know we do not know!) and always tries to understand Domain Knowledge from his projects as far as possible.
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